DER HOFNARR ( re-upload of " Modern Snacks ") modified Ma.K. Kuster

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For you and me both :D
Kinda want to get back to this now , , more than slogging-on with the Falke .
 

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You can see the disc magnet securing the ammo feeder here






The hard point to mount the out-feed mechanism below :
The access cover has the ejector port in it .

He puts on quite the show -
Sleigh Bells ringing and 32 mm cases spraying out the side




.... this thing always looks like a fish
 
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Glad to see this back up front. Your modifications are most impressive.
 

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Thanks , Ohm :)
It's been two and a half years since I've looked at this . LOL , a lot more work done on this thing than I remember doing .
 

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Definitely a colourful beast U !
Will this be a mechanics training seminar diorama...?
Looking good man
 

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Heh heh -- It's going to be the Liszt & Sons crew

Liszt & Sons
Hofnarrs and Locnarrs
Since 2867



Liszt Senior up on the scaffold , crouched down , speaking to 2 people below about what it will take to fix him .
2 other guys examining the engine with some of the cowling removed .
Lots of tools and diagnostic gear about .

The 3 Liszt & Sons guys in coveralls with the company name on the back .
 
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Absolutely an outstanding piece, to-date... Your 'how-tos', is also well done...
Love it and look forward to it's completion. Thanks, for sharing!
 

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Thanks !
I think I'm going to start at the feet and work my way up to completion
 

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I've cut a 13 inch diameter base for it out of 3/4 plywood .
The scene will be atop a gravel lot with sparse vegetation ( grass )
The Hof sits on this wood cribbing ; the scaffold in front parallel to the turret

 

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Uuuuuuhh -- never mind .
After reviewing the profile pix of the leg orientation , he'll sit more like the below :


 
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Who's the driver figure? I've got a small stash of those 1/20 resin race car drivers, too-some from Modelers, some from E-Jan, and I forget the rest. The coveralls work really well for mechanics or for pilots.

Modelers made some nice female figures, too, that work well with MaK.
 

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